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Problem printing the mp 210 is feed on the right side and the paper is getting jammed . why does this one only have one? arent the printers suppose to have two rollers

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  • msr55 Feb 17, 2009

    the paper jams and error code " E 3 " is displayed on LED

    I checked both the rear and front trays for any paper/debris

    both were clean. I replaced both ink cartridges thinking that

    may have caused the problem because they were LOW and

    maybe the machine did not feed the paper because it did not

    recognize any ink present. But after making sure it was clean

    and replacing with new ink, the problem still persists

    Is there a solution to my problem



    Martin

  • joc10 Feb 18, 2009

    The printer was bought in October 2008, just used for few times.The paper can not be loaded into the printer,there was no paper jam.Please help to solve this problem.JK

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